Tuesday, May 28, 2019

25 Highest Paying Entry Level Jobs in the U.S. for 2019

RankJob TitleMedian Base Salary
1Data Scientist$95,000
2Software Engineer$90,000
3Product Manager$89,000
4Investment Banking Analyst$85,000
5Product Designer$85,000
6UX Designer$73,000
7Implementation Consultant$72,000
8Java Developer$72,000
9Systems Engineer$70,000
10Software Developer$68,600
11Process Engineer$68,258
12Front End Developer$67,500
13Product Engineer$66,750
14Actuarial Analyst$66,250
15Electrical Engineer$66,000
16Mechanical Engineer$65,000
17Design Engineer$65,000
18Applications Developer$65,000
19Test Engineer$65,000
20Programmer Analyst$65,000
21Quality Engineer$64,750
22Physical Therapist$63,918
23Field Engineer$63,750
24Project Engineer$63,000
25Business Analyst$63,000


  1. I don't see Gender Studies Analyst on here. Stupid capitalism!

  2. On an inflation adjusted basis, those salaries are a joke. But yes, people with worthless degrees need not apply unless of course they end up in a university administration position.

  3. These are really entry level? They appear to require college education. I'd love to get out of retail, but don't want to go back to school.